The Street Maintenance Sales Tax fund provides the resources for the maintenance and replacement of existing city streets and alleys, working toward bringing the overall condition to an acceptable level for the citizens of Grand Prairie.

Sales Tax Helps Improve City's Streets and Alleys

In 2001, 2005, 2009 and again in 2013, Grand Prairie residents voted to increase the city's sales tax by one quarter of one cent to repair existing streets and alleys throughout the city.

2015 Sales Tax Street Projects

The streets and alleys listed below have been approved by the City Council for the 2015 projects. Residents who will be affected by construction will be notified before projects begin.

Street Name From/To Status
King Arthur Austrian to Danish Completed
Spikes     Manning to SW 18th Working on now
Domingo     Beltline to SE 4th Completed
SE 4th Skyline to Singleton Completed
Singleton Skyline to Trigg Completed
NE 15th Small Hill to Willow Working on now 
W Springdale S Carrier to Crestbrook Working on now
Green Tree Echo to S Holiday Completed
Browning Morningside to Cabot Completed
Fish Creek S Beltling to Dechman Completed
Crossland Royal Valley to Greenhill Completed
Pinehill Robinson to Timberview Completed
Harpers Ferry Morningside to Chancellorsville Completed
Lakeridge Pkwy S Grand Peninsula to City Limits

The repair to these streets will include sub-base, concrete panels, curb and gutter and then a 2" asphalt overlay. It also includes asphalt recycling on asphalt streets.

Alley Name From/To Status
1613 British Alley Danish to Danish Completed
Sandra Alley Mathew to Aberdean Completed
2017 Clark Trl Alley Silver Trl to Aberdean Completed
702 Pinoak Alley Pinoak to Timberdale Completed

Updated: 4/20/15